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Event Flint International Celebration Day, Flintshire
Sunday 29th May 2016, Flint Castle Grounds, Flint

This year, the North Wales town of Flint has the privilege and honour of hosting the Urdd Eisteddfod contest - a children’s and young person’s version of the International Eisteddfod. In celebration they are also launching a new annual event, the International Celebration Day.

This year, the North Wales town of Flint has the privilege and honour of hosting the Urdd Eisteddfod contest - a children’s and young person’s version of the International Eisteddfod. In celebration they are also launching a new annual event, the International Celebration Day.

Taking place over the Whitsun bank holiday, the whole family can enjoy this day to celebrate the best of multiculturalism in North Wales. There will be tasty treats from all over the world available to get your taste buds tingling, from a traditional Welsh tea room to paella, and other international flavours.

There’s lots to see and do, too, including Welsh gifts and crafts; dance, sports and vocal demonstrations; various entertainers giving it their all; salsa and kizomba lessons (look it up!); arts and crafts workshops; and even tours of the magnificent castle, undertaken by an expert from the region.

It is a day out with a difference that people of all ages can enjoy and take part in, with flavours, music, crafts and traditions coming from all corners of the planet – from Africa, Asia, Latin America and – of course – from lovely Wales itself.

Location

Located in Flint Castle Grounds, Flint, Flintshire. Limited parking available near the castle, and on surrounding streets.

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